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tv   Glenn Beck  FOX News  January 22, 2010 5:00pm-6:00pm EST

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>> glenn: welcome to a special edition of the glenn beck program. the story of america is one of self-reliance and optimism, and profound faith. not only in the context of religious freedom, but also in the unprecedented faith in the ability of human beings to control their own destiny. while the spirit of personal responsibility was strong with our founders, great patriots like thomas payne, he argued for redistribution of wealth off the bat. and alexander hamilton wanted a central bank. they wound up losing those battles but plenty kept can on fighting. the constitution kept those dogs at bay for better part of 200 years. eventually those seeking a different path than the ones the founders settled on realized the only way to really defeat the constitution was for the people to stop reading it. progressives realized victory required changing history.
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to defeat them, we have to correct that. progressives know how powerful history is. when these truths get told and the lies get corrected, the game is going to be on. it's pulling the mask off the monster. next week, we'll dive deeper in to the progressive script. but today, we dismantle the first act. we've always been told that genocidal dictators of the world are just manifestations of the hateful right, that the left wing icons like che and mao and stalin need to be und understood in context. tonight, we set the record straight. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> we live in a time that seems to move faster than time. a place that seems to have no place for the truth. a reality that seems to have no connection to reality. so to get our feet on solid ground in the future, we must first walk through the past with our eyes wide open. >> government is not the solution to our problem. government is the problem. >> that's modern conservatism in a nutshell. yet, we're always told that nazi germany who controlled every aspect of its citizens lives was somehow right wing. is that true? is it an attempt to distract from other much more inconvenient similarities? >> to say, you know, hitler was a right-winger because of x, y, z, i say what was
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stalin's position on x, y, and z? >> the common assumption is that the nazis were a right wing phenomena, a right wing party, that hitler was a man of the right and all the rest. there are a lot of problems with this. his social agenda was for expanding universal access to healthcare. for expanding access to education. it was for cradle to grave welfare estate. it was for attacking big business and high finance. people say well, hitler abolished labor unions, he was a right wing then. how did labor unions do under stalin? how are labor unions doing under fidel castro? almost anything you can find on a checklist that allegedly proves hitler was a right winger you can apply to almost any one of the communist dictators of the 20th century and the similarities are almost identical. >> today this idea may seem controversial. but as the nazis were rising to power, it wasn't controversi controversial.
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it was common knowledge. november 28, 1925, a tiny article printed in the "new york times" describing the early internal struggle for the identity of the nazis. a riot broke out after a nazi speaker claimed that lenin was the greatest man second only to hitler. and the difference between communism and the hitler faith was very slight. it wasn't just some nobody in the nazi party who believed this. it was this man -- hitler's closest ally to the very end and his hand-pick successor as chancellor. joseph gerbils. because it was so controversial, gerbils a master of propaganda stopped talking about it in public. but his private writings revealed his change in approach wasn't a change of heart. >> the nazi germany attacked the soviet union in 1941.
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a week before that he wrote in his diary that the goal of the nazi germany would be to destroy this jewish bolvevism and the soviet union as they described it and instead of that, build the true socialism. that's what he wrote in his diary. of course goebbels was a liar, while he lied to his own diary. >> the red shirts and the brown shirts in germany had all sorts of members who were members of one group joining the other group and vice versa. they saw themselves as equally revolutionary organize nations fighting each -- organi organizations fighting for control. nazi and bolsheviks was case of pepsi versus coke. >> even as they tro took contro in france, they found reason to celebrate. in these sad times it's exceptionally comforting to see perisians workers talk to german soldiers as friends.
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in the street, or at the corner cafe. "well done, comrades." and "keep it up, even if it displeases some of the middle classes as stupid as they are mischievous." >> the communists voted almost uniformly with the nazis. they voted in lock step. the slogan for the communist was first brown, then red. the general understanding among the communists and the socialists back then was that naziism was a steppingstone toward the ultimate victory of socialism and communism. >> while hitler certainly to opposed communism outwardly, he did so mainly because he disagreed with its internationalism. >> he was a proud german, a german nationalist, german jingoist, not a patriot but a national l nationalist. he rejected that element of marki i
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marxism, but he embraced racial solidarity and socialism in one race. >> even in mein kamp heed a acknowledged the movements with so close if not the focus on race, his national socialist movement would do nothing more than compete with marxism on its own ground. but nazi germany had no corner on the market of racism, and anti-semitianti-sem. >> we can find many nazi-like passages in the writing of marx and angles with the bols, marked like spanish for example who said the spanish are degenerate and that mexican are degenerated spanish. >> marx, you need to remember, was jewish. he was a self-hating jew. he rejected judaism and the rest but he was jewish. hitler hated, you know, hated jews. this is not a news flash. hitler was a passionate
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anti-semite. he saw marxism as corrupted with a deep-seeded jewish nature. the irony here is that so did marx. marx was a real anti-semite. he wrote about the jewish problem a generation before the nazis started talking about the jewish problem. he said how we had to purge the jewish spirit from western civilization or from the global civilizaticivilizati. he had horrible racist things to say of jews and of blacks. hitler very much inherited that marxist analyst when it came to things like jews and other races. >> sometimes it's hard to tell hitler and marx apart. who wrote that germany's neighbors should accept the physical and intellectual power of the german nation to subdue, absorb and assimilate its ancient eastern neighbors? that's karl marx. and fried rick angles, author communist manifesto a century
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before the holocaust. hitler's adoration for markism was obvious. >> i expected there would be similarities between the nazis and soviet communism but i was amazed to discover how similar where there are posters and the posters were so similar that as if for one artist had drawn them. of course, i think it's because it's because they were both, the ideologies were similar and their expression, therefore, was very similar as well. >> in "mein kamp" hitler writes about the nazi party flag, a big red flag with a white disk in the middle and swastika in the center. hitler explains it quite clearly that the red, the big sea of red that the swastika was in was intended to attract socialists to his movement. the red flag was the emblem of the communist and the reason we call them the reds. >> it went deeper than similar ideology and imagery. until germany launched a surprise attack on the
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soevosoev o -- soviet union in 1941, the nazis and the soviets worked together. they even put it in writing, signing what was originally sold as a non-aggression pact. but just weeks later, they would invade poland from opposite sides. it wasn't until much late they're we would learn the full scope of the agreement. >> they signed an agreement in 1939 that was called the molotov pact which had the secret protocol attached to it. according to the secret protocol they agreed on the division of the neighboring countries between nazi germany and the soviet union. >> then there was a secret protocol. which essentially divided europe into two spheres of influence between hitler and stallen. it was not so difficult for them, both of them were
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unitalitarian regime and they understood each other. they were distributing all kind of raw material to germans. it was not just theoretical friendship. >> an aspect of their collaboration was mutual exchange of prisoners. basically german communists and jews. they fled to the soviet union in order to be safe. the soviet union sent them back to gustapo. many of them were killed there and perished in the nazi concentration camps. >> but is this just a story of brutal iron-fisted dictators, or something inherent in the philosophy? the fathers of communism, marx, and angles believed that societies would evolve from capitalism to socialism. but they acknowledged that there were still what they called primitive societies that hadn't even evolved into capitalists yet. they called them racial trash. as the revolution happens,
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the classes and the races, too weak to master the new conditions of life, must give way. there was only one thing left for those too far behind in the process of societal evolution. the chief mission of all other races and peoples, large and small, is to perish in the revolutionary holocaust. up until the horrors of hitler, prominent socialist supporters discuss these ideas out in the open. nobel prize winner fabian socialist and prominent soviet supporter george bernard shaw. >> i don't want to punish anybody. the number of people who might want to kill. i think it would be a good thing to make everybody come before a properly-appointed board, just as they might come before the commissioner, and say every five years, seven years, just put them
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there, and say sir, or madam, now will you be kind enough to justify your existence? if you are not producing as much as you can prod consume, oe not more, we can't justify the existence of the society for the purpose of keeping you alive because your life does not benefit us and can't be much use to your country. >> and this was actually somewhat subtle for shaw. he'd also foreshadow some of the worst atrocities in our planet's history. he wrote "i appeal to the kem mists to dis -- chemists to discover humane gas to kill instantly and painlesspainlessl. a gentlemanly gas, deadly by all means but humane, not cruel." >> people like george bernard shaw were convinced that overpopulation was this terrible, terrible problem; particularly, because the
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unf unfit, the genetically less desirable were swamping the good genetic types. in the late 19th century, there are almost a cream of british intelligentsia embracing eugenics. well into the 20th century. saying that thousands, millions had to be marched off into gas chambers and liquidated. george bernard shaw has a great line where he says, you know, we should do it while playing lovely classical music as we march them into the gas chamber. a lot of people seem to think that this concept of the gas chamber as a tool of social policy was invented by the nazis. it wasn't. it was -- i mean this in the most disgusting evil way, it was perfected by the nazis. but this idea of using things like gas chambers to kill off millions of people so that the rest of the good guys could prosper and move to the
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sunny upland of history was immensely popular. >> glenn: all of these systems are based on the idea that we know better. that the little people get in the way of our plan, well, first, we'll go around them and then we'll destroy them. this arrogance always ends exactly the same way. one of history's worst examples, the genocide. you've never heard of. next. ç
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♪ ♪ >> glenn: the atrocities of hitler are rightfully recognized as beyond abhorrent, but we must continue to be vigilant to make sure they never happen again. we must never forget. but we also must never stop learning. here is another story of genocide that for some reason history has erased. growing deep within the roots of socialism is a brutal and dismissive view of human life. >> the essence of marx is simply that the universe is run by the cold material, impersonal forces. and that over time, we are going to see it move from the futile, through the capitalist to the socialist to the communist stage. along the way, a lot of people are going to get killed. marx was completely fine with
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it. >> the nazi germany, th , they were sorted by ethnicity and jews defined them as social origin, but the idea was the same. >> today, most have forgotten the scale of the soviet atrocity; particularly, what may have been their most horrific. it began long before hitler's horror was revealed. popular uprising had become a problem in the ukraine. their spirit of individualism threatened the grand design of moscow. stalin decided to take steps and correct the problem. >> the objective was to keep ukrainians on their knees. >> stalin forced forced peasan give up their farms under the banner of "collectivization." >> the pez sthe pe peasants are
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of nationalism. what do you do? you have to crush them. >> [ foreign language ] >> stalin took everything.
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their independence, their livelihood, and even their food. plunging the ukraine into famine. and while the people were starving, it wasn't because the food wasn't growing. grain production was skyrocketing. instead of giving the grain to starving people, the soviets exported it to fund their centrally planned industrialization. how the soviets dealt with the hung hunger was inhumane. [ foreign language ]
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>> the forced famine that resulted was so horrific, the situation so desperate that there were even widespread reports of cannibalism. >> it was once with a group of people going to one part of ukraine, and i said is there some older lady that could tell me something about what happened? >> what the woman told him next, he would never forget. >> she said oh, my god, i really don't like to talk about that. she said you see that house on the top of the hill there? a mother ate her daughter. she was already insane, because the people had reached the level of insanity. and then she committed suicide. >> how did the soviets deal
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with this? they printed posters that said, "to eat your own children is a barbarian act." this period is known as, "the holodomour." roughly translated as murder by hunger. [ foreign language ] >> these intentional policies resulted in murder as efficient as has ever been seen in human history. >> you find that whole families actually die out like eight members in the family. >> many millions of people are killed. and given the fact that it was done within one year, i believe it's certainly
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comparable to the great genocides of the 20th century. >> most know that the horrors of the holocaust resulted in the deaths of approximately six million jews. but what many don't know is that the government designed starvation in the ukraine caused the deaths of between seven and ten million. in just one year. none of this is meant to diminish the horrors of the holocaust. the pure evil that inspired it is above question. and must be remembered vividly and at all costs. though in addition, the other victims of vicious governments who have street -- who have treated human life as nothing but a speed bump to the grand design must also be remembered. >> it's not just the number of people. it's the national culture also. imagine how many writer writers
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artists, all of them perished. >> one of the most disgusting things about the way we talk about communism is you have people talk about it as if it was this well-intentioned social experiment. but even at the level of first principles of the sort of planning session, it was planned and premeditated mass murder on a massive scale. >> with the newest devices of destruction -- >> all the while supported by prominent media members. the "new york times" now acknowledges their role in the propping up of stalin's regime by their reporter walter durante. he called the forced famine in the ukraine mostly bunk and viciously justified the millions dead by saying you can't make an omelet without breaking eggs. >> because of this information, many people in the west reacted quite passively to what happened in the ukraine. yurante was there and his
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position was pro-soviet. i think he did a lot of harm to the truth at that time. he reported no, there is no famine in ukraine. but there is widespread mortality due to diseases of malnutrition. >> yet still, even in august of last year, the "times" wrote in a book review that despite the fact that friedrich engels one of the founders of communism was an advocate of ethnic cleansing, he would have been a fine man to drink with. and it's surely true that engels' larger critique of capitalism resonates down the ages. >> [ speaking foreign language ]
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>> and apparently here in america as well. it is up to us to know the truth so our children don't face the same threat ever again. each year ukrainians gather to remember the holodemour by lighting 25,000 candles. why 25,000? because during this intentional famine, they lost 25,000 people every single day. allowing this to happen one more time would be unforgivab unforgivable. >> the totalitarian system established by stalin was responsible for murdering
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millions of innocent people. in a most horrendous way. and nobody was interested in knowing about it. the question is what kind of people are we? >> glenn: in case you're still not convinced that the famine was intentional, during our exclusive interview for this documentary with president viktor yushchenko of the ukraine, he said during the famine of the ukrainian people they needed 10 million tons of grain to avoid hunger. they produced 12.2 million tons.
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i'm patti ann browne. breaking news across the pond. britain has just raised its international terrorism alert level from substantial to severe. its second highest level. home secretary alan johnson says the terror attack is highly likely, but there is no intelligence to suggest one is imminent. back at home, another bleak day on wall street. stocks falling another 200-plus points on uncertainty over president obama's plan to restrict the big banks. now back to glenn beck's special documentary. ♪ ♪ >> glenn: now you've seen his face everywhere. maybe on your son or daughter's t-shirts, but hopefully you will soon realize why that has got to
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stop. >> hmm, i guess we have to make a choice. gisell near giselle in a bikini. this is how we learn about history. this is the hottest supermodl in the world. what is this? this is che. and this, too, is che. and so is this. he's a fashion icon among his revolutionary peers. and he is everywhere. in fact, all of this is che. ernesto che guevara. >> there is the famous t-shirt, you can even buy t-shirts with the image t-shirts on it. che image sells beers, buckles, baby onesies. >> why are you risking your life to fight for us? >> nowhere is che seemingly loved more than in hollywood
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usa. >> you'll see. when fidel is running things, everybody will read and have food on the table. >> but is that who che really was? ♪ >> one of the things that is fascinating about the cult of che is that it effectively thrives in the absence of any kind of historical understanding. >> for example, look around at an anti-war rally. and you probably see che. >> che was a self-taught revolutionary who was instrumental in castro's takeover of cuba. he became known as the butcher of locobanya prison in revolutionary cuban where he personally oversaw the execution of anywhere of 175 to several hundred people. he's implicated in thousands of deaths that come after that. 14,000 men and boys were executed in cuba during the 1960s. he said his dream was to
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become a killing machine. he said to his revolutionary comrades if they weren't sure of someone's loyalty, if in doubt kill him. these are the realities that we need to understand about che. you can probably call him clinically a sadist. >> when you read his diaries, he goes into particular detail about when he, himself, shoots people in the head. >> but it goes beyond war. go to a rock concert and you're sure to see che. >> this is a man who tried to ban free expression; particularly, musical eck presentation such as rock music and jazz music, because he thought it was imperilist. he was the caribbean equivalent of the taliban. he enforced a single moralistic viewpoint. and if you didn't agree with him, you would be killed. >> one of my favorite is carlos santana. at the 2005 oscars, naturally, the motorcycle diaries won an oscar and
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carlos santana went there to play the theme song for it. well, he was wearing a che guevara t-shirt. carlos santana was showing off an emblem of a regime that made it a criminal offense to listen to carlos santana music. >> but surely che was a progressive, a uniting force on race, right? >> he says the negro is lazy, and indolent and spends all of his money on pri volties and -- frivolities and booze, whereas the european is intelligent and forwar forward- looking. this is from his own diaries. yet we have jesse jackson down there viva che! we have jay-z with songs and the lyrics i'm just like che guevara with a bling on. ♪ ♪ ♪ just like che guevara with bling on ♪ ♪ i'm complex >> maybe he is complex. either that, or this guy doesn't know that this guy would have thought that this guy was nothing but a
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frivolous lazy drunk just because of the color of his skin. what is wrong with wearing the t-shirt of a warmongering, blood-thirsty racist? well, what if he was also a terrorist, too? >> to his home, places of work, to his places of recreation. we will attack the enemy wherever he lives. folks, this was written in 1966. he pre-empted al-qaeda by 30, 40 years. >> let's see you can tell the difference. which quote is from che and which is from osama bin laden? who said if he had nuclear weapons he would use them against the heart of america, including new york city? and who said the u.s. is a great enemy of mankind? against those highiennas, there is no option but externminatio extermination? that's kind of unfair. it was a trick question. both of those quote are from
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che. luckily his attempts at killing americans on our soil were about as effective as his attempts to ignite revolution around the world. >> we look 50 years into the future and there are only two unapologetic communist regimes. north korea and cuba. if they had enough nutrition in order to run out of north korea they would do that. they're starving there. in cuba, we see time and again people who are so desperate to get off that island hell hole they will swim through shark-infested waters. che was the vanguard of the revolution, was going to bring communism everywhere around the world. in this sense, che was an absolute abject failure and it's a damn good thing that he was. >> glenn: well, che wasn't successful in his bid for world revolution. there are plenty of people trying to pick up where he left off. what was it like to live in the one place that che was successful? find out next.
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♪ ♪ >> glenn: you have heard the infamous quote that one death is a tragedy, a million is a statistic. we've examined the events from a big picture perspective, but now let's move away from the statistics and look at the personal tragedy. ♪ >> che guevara, his image is a g
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>> one day, her grandfather was just gone. >> when fidel castro and che guevara, a guy seen in havana, it was january '59, that's precisely when my grandfather disappeared. my family had no idea where he was. all of a sudden my family was in the living room watching television and they see my grandfather walking. they were extremely happy to see him. and then they realized he was walking toward the wall. he started screaming. and my grandmother collapsed. they realized that he's going to be executed. when they asked him if he wanted to be blindfolded, and he said no. and he sasaid, "there you have the revolution. take care of it." he asked if he could give the firing orders and he said, "aim. fire."
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he died like a hero. >> and he was executed by cowards. >> there was no trial whatsoever. che guevara did not allow a trial. he was taken prison beginning of january and executed january 7. that's something i will never forget. there is not one day in my life i don't think about him. >> barbara's pregnant mother was so traumatized she went in labor three months early. >> what is a person supposed to do? rejoice for the birth of your son, or cry for the death of your father? >> meet barbara's mother blanca. [speaking foreign language] >> for those who lived with the real che, it is
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impossible to understand in america of all places how anyone would want him on a t-shirt. >> please do a lot of research before you make a fool of yourself wearing a t-shirt of a cold killing machine. >> throughout the interview with barbara and blanca, they were incredibly strong. but you can see how deeply these events have shaken them, even to this day. [speaking foreign language] >> this is the real legacy of che. it's murder, destruction, and broken families. so what can we do to correct the lies? maybe it's time to make the truth a bit more fashionable. maybe it's time to remember what these governments were really responsible for. maybe it's time to ignore the
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revisionist rehab of these figures, and recognize who they really were. maybe telling the truth about socialism and communism now can help us avoid all of these things again. just maybe speaking up and bluntly telling the truth can stop the next generation from looking at things the same way.
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♪ ♪ >> glenn: marx defined socialism as a pit stop between capitalism and communism. it isn't an end point. while sometimes this change happens slowly, it always ends badly. but perhaps never worse than with chairman mao. >> great leader, great commander, and great helmsman, chairman mao. >> of all the horror that communism has brought to the world, perhaps the worst was brought to us by mao zedong. >> when i was if c in china, we were told mao was like our god. what we wanted to say, if it was absolutely true we'd say "i swear to chairman mao."
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>> mao used his power to crush the chinese people. the majority of his crimes came in two distinct ways. >> in 1959-1961 was the so-called "great leap forward" which was actually a gigantic leap backwards in which he tried to collectivize and communize agriculture. they came to him and said 5 million people died of famine. he said no matter, keep going. the next year they came back and said 10 million chinese died. he said no matter, continue. the third year, 20 million chinese have died. and he said finally, well, perhaps this is not the best idea that i've ever had. >> when he was told his people were dying of starvation, mao said, "educate the peasants to eat less. thus they can benefit, they can fertilize the land." >> mao's approach turned from brutal indifference to revenge. with the cultural revolution,
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his mission was to destroy both enemies and intellectuals. >> teateachers sad in the corners with the dunce cap on them. they were made to get down on all fours and bark like a dog. >> jung chang and her family also found themselveses in mao's crosshairs. >> my father was one of the few who stood up to mao and protested the cultural revolution. my mother was under tremendous pressure to denounce my father. she refused. so as a result, my mother was made to kneel on broken glass. he was p per raided in -- paraded in the street where children threw stones at her. >> her father paid the ultimate price. >> my mother tried to stop him. my mother said do you want to ruin the lives of our children? so he said, you know, what about the children of the victims? as a result, he was
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imprisoned, tortured, driven insane. he was exiled to a camp and died prematurely, tragically. >> as a victim of mao's crushing rule, chang's father was not alone. >> some 65 million chinese died under mao's communism. >> mao just didn't care. he said for all his projects to take on, half of china may have to die. >> by a ratio of three to four to one, you can say mao is the greatst mass murder of the 20th century. >> two of my favorite political philosophers, mao zedong and mother teresa. >> dunn's comments once again highlight the odd treatment that leftist toe t isist totali receives by too many in our society. communism is something looked at as something we can borrow from liberally even today. but the truth is it's among
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history's most proficient killers. >> according to the black book of communism published by harvard university press, nearly 100 million people died under communism in the 20th century. it all flows out of this idea that the communists think that they can create a new society. and anybody who gets in their way, they will cut down, they will kill, they will imprison, and they will eliminate in pursuit of that goal. >> glenn: with 100 million killed, communism exists in a very exclusive club, alongside with the planet's worth communicable diseases like smallpox and bubonic plague. but it's not just communism, it is the truth of any government with too much power. some government is necessary. too much is suicidal. every all-powerful government has elements of what marx called the "revolutionary holocaust." the relentless pursuit of
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nirvana and the price it's worth paying to get there in human life. it is only understanding history that we can stop this from happening again and from happening again and again and again. captioned by closed captioning services, inc
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